Stage: The Magazine of After-Dark Entertainment -- December 1935 vol. 13 no. 3 [George Gershwin's music for Porgy and Bess -- Dionne Quintuplets]. Clarence Day, Marcia Davenport.
Stage: The Magazine of After-Dark Entertainment -- December 1935 vol. 13 no. 3 [George Gershwin's music for Porgy and Bess -- Dionne Quintuplets]
Stage: The Magazine of After-Dark Entertainment -- December 1935 vol. 13 no. 3 [George Gershwin's music for Porgy and Bess -- Dionne Quintuplets]

Stage: The Magazine of After-Dark Entertainment -- December 1935 vol. 13 no. 3 [George Gershwin's music for Porgy and Bess -- Dionne Quintuplets]

New York: Stage Publishing Co., 1935. Thurber, James. Paperback. 100 p.: illustrations; 36 cm. Color photograph on front cover of Leslie Howard as Hamlet. Contents include: Social Tide-Rip by Ruth Woodbury Sedgwick with performance photographsy by Gray-O'Reilly [about the play Dead End by Sidney Kingsley] -- Wrong from the Beginning, Still Running by Don Marquis [about Hamlet] -- The Deacons and the Drama by Clarence Day -- Not All That Glitters is Gold by Samuel Chotzinoff with illustrations by Birnbaum -- Score by George Gershwin by isaac Goldberg [music for Porgy and Bess] -- A Grotesque for November by Dan Wickenden with illustrations by Lyle Justis [the 1st short play to be published by Stage] -- Gone are the Golden Days of Song by Marcia Davenport -- The House of Korda by Evelyn Gerstain [Alexander Korda] -- No Right Turn by John Chapman [parking in the theater district] -- Preface to a Play to Come by Ludwig Lewisohn [Franz Werfel's The Eternal Road] -- James Thurber's illustration of the Death of Cleopatra -- The Renaissance of Custard Culture by Herbert Crooker [pie fights in the movies] -- Is the Theatrical Play Returning? by John Erskine [the melodrama on the stage] -- Passing the Golden Buck by Helen G. Thompson [the cooking at some of New York's clubs] -- Musical Quintessence by Sigmund Spaeth [songs about the Dionne Quintuplets]. Photographs by Alfredo Valent of Helen Hayes as Queen Victoria, John W. Bubbles at Sportin' Life, Richard Whorf as Christopher Sly, Helene Thimig as Ruth; by Rudolf Hoffmann of four conductors, including Eddy Duchin; by Clarence Sinclair Bull of Charles Laughton at Captain Bligh; and a color photograph by Gray-O'Reilly of Beatrice Lillie in At Home Abroad. In Very Good Condition: edges rubbed; cover lightly soiled; "Dead End" written next to the the article Social Tide-Rip; otherwise clean and tight; 1-cm. tear from fore-edge of last leaf. Very Good. Item #003667

Price: $32.00

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